Writers, Who Do You Mirror?

Poe. Serling. Rice. King. Rowling. I list several writers I strive to emulate, for different reasons, while trodding my unique path.

Rod Serling, publicity image

Note: Portions of this article have been reprinted from the Substack newsletter version of this Medium publication, Writing For Your Life. Find link at the conclusion below.

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Honest, practical advice on the writer’s life for both aspiring and experienced authors and screenwriters, and an uncensored forum for provocative thought.

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Joel Eisenberg

Joel Eisenberg

Joel Eisenberg is an award-winning author, screenwriter, and producer. The Oscar in the profile pic isn’t his but he’s scheming. WGA and Pen America member.

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